Author Coming to Hutchinson 08 Sep 11

Award-winning author Lisa Wysocky will read from and sign copies of her debut mystery, The Opium Equation, at 7:00 p.m., Tuesday, September 27 at the Hutchinson Public Library (50 Hassan Street SE, 55350).

Wysocky is a noted co-author or ghostwriter of celebrity autobiographies, and author of nonfiction equestrian books. Her first foray into fiction, The Opium Equation is set in Tennessee and features a wacky cast of characters including a horse trainer, songwriter, juvenile delinquent, country music star, eccentric woman of a certain age with electric blue hair, and a (possibly) psychic horse. Early reviews have been excellent.

“From the first page to the last The Opium Equation keeps you engaged and wanting more, horse lover or not.” ––Glenn Hebert, founder, Horse Radio Network

Lisa Wysocky is also an award-winning riding instructor, and equine clinician who helps horses and humans form amazing bonds. A registered PATH Int’l. instructor, Lisa educates horses for therapeutic riding and other equine assisted therapies. She is a native of Mound, Minnesota and currently lives in Tennessee. Learn more at

Those attending the event who purchase one of LIsa’s books and who are affiliated with a therapeutic riding center, equine rescue, or other nonprofit horse organization will receive a quality web halter with rubber padding, courtesy of Manly Pet, one of Lisa’s tour sponsors. Additionally, Cat Enright, the fictional main character in The Opium Equation, has a gift for everyone who attends.

Other books and DVDs by Lisa Wysocky will also be available at the event, so come join the fun. An audience Q&A will follow the reading.